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[photo, Roddy Road Covered Bridge, Thurmont (Frederick County), Maryland] Roddy Road Covered Bridge, Thurmont (Frederick County), Maryland, July 2015. Photo by Sarah A. Hanks.

ALLEGANY COUNTY

ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY


[photo, Key Bridge over Patapsco River, Baltimore, Maryland] BALTIMORE CITY
  • Baltimore Harbor Tunnel Bridge, 1957
  • Curtis Creek Bridge, 1978
  • Fort McHenry Tunnel Bridge, 1985
  • Francis Scott Key Memorial Bridge (Patapsco River), 1977
  • Howard Street Bridge, 1938
  • Vietnam Veterans Memorial Bridge (formerly Hanover Street Bridge) (Patapsco River, middle branch), 1916
  • Key Bridge over Patapsco River, Baltimore, Maryland, September 2012. Photo by Diane F. Evartt.

    [photo, Jericho Covered Bridge, Baltimore & Harford Counties, Maryland] BALTIMORE COUNTY

    Jericho Covered Bridge, Kingsville (Baltimore & Harford Counties), Maryland, April 2016. Photo by Sarah A. Hanks.


    CALVERT COUNTY

    CAROLINE COUNTY

    CARROLL COUNTY

    CECIL COUNTY


    [photo, Foxcatcher Farms Covered Bridge, Tawes Drive, Fairview Hill Natural Resource Management Area (Cecil County), Maryland]

    Foxcatcher Farms Covered Bridge, Tawes Drive, Fairview Hill Natural Resource Management Area (Cecil County), Maryland, July 2015. Photo by Sarah A. Hanks.


    [photo, Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge, North East (Cecil County), Maryland]
  • Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge (longest covered bridge in Maryland), 1860
  • Millard E. Tydings Memorial Bridge (Susquehanna River), 1963
  • Thomas J. Hatem Memorial Bridge (Susquehanna River), 1940

    Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge, North East (Cecil County), Maryland, July 2015. Photo by Sarah A. Hanks.


    CHARLES COUNTY

    DORCHESTER COUNTY

    FREDERICK COUNTY


    [photo, Loy's Station Covered Bridge, Owens Creek (Frederick County), Maryland]
  • Loy's Station Covered Bridge (Owens Creek), 1848; destroyed by arson, 1991; replaced, 1994
  • Millers Bridge, 1932
  • Mumma Ford Bridge, 1911
  • Point of Rocks Bridge (Potomac River), 1852; destroyed, 1861; replaced, 1889; destroyed by flood, 1936; replaced, 1937
  • Loy's Station Covered Bridge, Owens Creek (Frederick County), Maryland, July 2015. Photo by Sarah A. Hanks.

    [photo, Utica Mills Covered Bridge, Fishing Creek (Frederick County), Maryland]

    Utica Mills Covered Bridge, Fishing Creek (Frederick County), Maryland, July 2015. Photo by Sarah A. Hanks.


    [photo, Casselman River Bridge, Grantsville (Garrett County), Maryland] GARRETT COUNTY
  • Casselman River Bridge, 1813
  • Ralph M. Burnett Memorial Bridge (Casselman River)
  • Casselman River Bridge, Grantsville (Garrett County), Maryland, October 2014. Photo by Diane F. Evartt.


    [photo, Jericho Covered Bridge, Baltimore & Harford Counties, Maryland] HARFORD COUNTY

    Jericho Covered Bridge, Kingsville (Baltimore & Harford Counties), Maryland, August 2014. Photo by Sarah A. Hanks.


    [photo, Wrought iron truss bridge, Vinegar Hill Road and Franklinville Road (Harford and Baltimore Counties), Maryland]
  • Noble's Mill Bridge (Deer Creek), 1883
  • Priestford Bridge, 1932
  • Stafford Bridge, longest bridge in Harford County
  • Thomas J. Hatem Memorial Bridge (Susquehanna River), 1940
  • Vinegar Hill Road/Franklinville Road Bridge (Gunpowder River), 1884, oldest bridge in Harford County
  • Wrought iron truss bridge, Vinegar Hill Road & Franklinville Road (Harford & Baltimore Counties), Maryland, April 2015. Photo by Sarah A. Hanks.


    HOWARD COUNTY

    MONTGOMERY COUNTY

    PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY

    QUEEN ANNE'S COUNTY


    [photo, Governor Thomas Johnson Memorial Bridge over Patuxent River (view from St. Mary's County shore), Maryland] ST. MARY'S COUNTY
  • Governor Thomas Johnson Memorial Bridge (Patuxent River), 1977
  • St. George Island Bridge, 1957 (present bridge)
  • Governor Thomas Johnson Memorial Bridge over Patuxent River (view from St. Mary's County shore), Maryland, May 2000. Photo by Diane F. Evartt.

    SOMERSET COUNTY

    TALBOT COUNTY


    [photo, Burnside Bridge, Antietam National Battlefield, Washington County, Maryland]
    WASHINGTON COUNTY

    Burnside Bridge, Antietam National Battlefield, Washington County, Maryland, October 2012. Photo by Sarah A. Hanks.


    WICOMICO COUNTY

    [photo, Verrazano Bridge and pedestrian bridge over Sinepuxent Bay, Assateague Island National Park Seashore, Berlin (Worcester County), Maryland] WORCESTER COUNTY
  • Assawoman Bridge, 1971
  • Harry Kelly Memorial Bridge (Sinepuxent Bay), 1942
  • Snow Hill Bridge (Pocomoke River), 1932
  • Verrazano Bridge (Sinepuxent Bay), 1964
  • Verrazano Bridge & pedestrian bridge over Sinepuxent Bay, Assateague Island National Park Seashore, Berlin, Worcester County, Maryland, October 2016. Photo by Sarah A. Hanks.


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